CENTRE ASSESSMENTS 2021 (archive)
TEACHER ASSESSED GRADES
The government said that exams and assessments could not be held fairly this year as a result of the disruption students have faced due to the pandemic. Teachers instead submitted grades to the exam boards. Students were only assessed on what they had been taught. The grade was based on their assessment of what they had shown students know and can do; enabling students to progress to the next stage of your education, training, or employment.
Our Teacher Assessed Grades Centre Policy can be found HERE.
SOURCES OF EVIDENCE:
The sources of evidence used were shared with students. An additional copy can be found HERE.
Stage 1: Centre Review
Please contact email@example.com and complete the Stage 1 Centre Review document. Stage 1 appeals can be submitted from results day to 3 September. Stage 1 appeals will not be accepted after this date.
Stage 2: Appeal to the awarding organisations
An appeal can only be taken to stage 2 on completion of a Stage 1 Centre Review. Stage 2 appeals can be submitted from results day up until 17 September.
Priority appeals are only for students applying to higher education who did not attain their firm choice (i.e. the offer they accepted as their first choice) and wish to appeal an A level or other Level 3 qualification result. The window for students applying for a priority appeal is the 10th to the 16th August.
Ofqual Student Guide to Awarding Summer 2021
"The government has said that many exams and assessments cannot be held fairly this year as a result of the disruption students have faced due to the pandemic. Your teachers will instead submit grades to the exam boards, based on their assessment of what you have shown you know and can do, enabling you to progress to the next stage of your education, training, or employment. This guide outlines the arrangements in place for awarding grades in summer 2021, and where you can go for additional information."
Click HERE to view the booklet, or click the image →